GARP Webinar : Counterparties, Collateral and Compression: Pursuing Optimization Across the Trade Lifecycle, June 10th, 830pm IST

Counterparties, Collateral and Compression: Pursuing Optimization Across the Trade Lifecycle

Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Time: 11:00 am EDT | 4:00 pm BST | 11:00 pm HKT
Duration: 60 minutes

Abstract:
Getting the trade lifecycle right – from pre-trade risk to best execution to post-trade settlement and analytics – is a never-ending battle in the face of changing market conditions, profit pressures and customer demands. Even the introduction of technology innovations or solutions in one part of the cycle can require major adjustments elsewhere. What’s more, these operations are being complicated as never before by the wave of post-crisis regulations that have imposed new compliance and reporting requirements and altered the market structure for over-the-counter instruments.

Thus the constant pursuit of end-to-end efficiencies – optimization of everything – becomes all the more urgent. Join us on June 10th for a discussion of the impact of Basel III, Dodd-Frank, EMIR and other rules; necessary responses in such areas as capital allocations, counterparty credit evaluations, portfolio compression and collateral management; and practical, incremental steps to help traders and risk managers navigate the uncertainties and keep optimization efforts on track.

Register here
Moderator:
Eric Kavanagh, The Bloor Group

Presenters:
Dan Greer, IBM Risk Analytics, Collateral

David Wechter, IBM Risk Analytics, Collateral

James Zante, IBM Risk Analytics, Integrated Market and Credit Risk

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